Raytheon Company Articles
Strider delivers 3D positional awareness in GPS-denied environments
Raytheon UK has developed a positioning and navigation system that provides real-time 3D positional accuracy in the absence of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signals, such as GPS, and augments them when present. Called Strider, it is easy to integrate into any existing or future military and security force tactical Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C41), Situational Awareness (SA) or mapping application via ...
Intelligent power management controls portable generator
This prototype of an electrical power management system will be the intelligence within Raytheon UK’s Portable Power Generator (PPG) where the PPG is set to be a man-portable unit for use in the field. It is also suitable for use an as auxiliary power unit (APU) within vehicles.
SiC based analogue circuitry designed for use in harsh environments
Raytheon UK’s Semiconductor’s business unit and Newcastle University’s School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering have collaborated to produce Silicon Carbide based amplifier circuitry with Operational Amplifier (Op Amp) like characteristics.
Is SiC key to high power semiconductor technology?
Ewan Ramsay, Principal Engineer, Raytheon UK, explains why SiC (Silicon Carbide) holds the key to high power semiconductor technology and how it can help push electronics further into harsh environments.
Raytheon First to Successfully Test With On-Orbit AEHF Satellite
Raytheon Company has become the first to successfully test with the Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite. Raytheon's Army Secure Mobile Anti-jam Reliable Tactical Terminal (SMART-T) is the first operationally-fielded terminal to interoperate with an on-orbit AEHF satellite.
Raytheon Develops Wireless Integration For Combat-Proven Enhanced Paveway
Raytheon Company completed testing and development of a new wireless method of integrating its combat-proven Enhanced Paveway precision-guided bomb on aircraft. The new integration tool, called WiPak®, uses wireless technology similar to what is being used in many consumer wireless devices such as tablet computers. WiPak consists of a small wireless transmitter and pilot interface in the aircraft cockpit, and a small receiver affixed to the Pave...
Raytheon Develops Miniature Antenna To Extend Millimeter Wave Friendly Identification Technology for Soldiers, Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Cooperative Target ID technology can now be applied beyond manned platforms to individual soldiers and unmanned aircraft to reduce friendly fire incidents